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Name: Jake Smith (Will) SELF-CRITIQUE FORM: Goal: To evaluate your own performance. Rationale: As a form of cognitive restructuring, this exercise can help reduce public speaking anxiety. Directions: After giving your speech, complete based on your thoughts. Then watch your speech at home and add additional comments. 1. In terms of Delivery (conversational style, intelligibility, eye contact, poise and attire) , I did the following things well in my last speech: a. I think I had good eye contact, poise, and attire. I tried to speak to everyone and stand still. I also tried to dress up more than I usually would so I’d look professional. b. I spoke intelligibly with the exception of a few “like”s. 2. In terms of Content (addressing main points, supporting material and time constraints) , I did the following things well in my last speech: a. I stayed within the 2-3min. time frame b. I had main points and supported them with examples and tried to make a case for my belief. 3. In terms of
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course CIS 111-030 taught by Professor Reginafrancis during the Spring '12 term at Kentucky.

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